for the national security agency, because the national security agency can say, see, what we did is legal, it's allowed under ppd-28. and, of course, the biggest issue, as we've all herald, the section 215, collection of megadata, we largely have a punt. the question of who's going to hold on to that data is going to be resolved by looking at it for the next 60 days or so by the dni and the attorney general. this is a very complicated, very difficult issue, rightly called the hot potato of this problem. i'm not sure 60 days is going to come up with a solution, but i think 60 days is probably enough time to identify whether there is a non-u.s. governmental entity with the capacity and the financial willingness to carry out. one last thing i would stress from the overview, as the president said in his speech and as was made very clear by his aides and their backgrounders, the president has found no abuse of authority by the national security agency. and he said that over and over again, and his staff has said that over and over again. they found no evidence of an abuse of authority by the nsa.